Care home wins plau­dits

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

HAN­NAH LEVY House care home in Bournemouth has been rated good over­all, and in all five in­spec­tion cat­e­gories, by the Care Qual­ity Com­mis­sion.

The 34-ca­pac­ity home had 27 res­i­dents when the CQC in­spected. It found that staff were well trained and knowl­edge­able and man­aged medicines safely.

Food was home-cooked and nu­tri­tious and res­i­dents were treated with re­spect and dig­nity, be­ing sup­ported to have max­i­mum con­trol of their lives.

The man­age­ment team was “ap­proach­able and re­spected”, with a pro­gramme of qual­ity checks and au­dits in place “to en­sure the qual­ity of the ser­vice was main­tained with an em­pha­sis on seek­ing con­tin­ual im­prove­ment”.

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